A Shizuoka Blue Revs rugby match was held, and former Japan national team player Ayumu Goromaru excited the fans by performing the "Goromaru pose" with a kick.

This OB match was planned to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the founding of the Yamaha Motor Rugby Club, the predecessor of the Blue Revs, and before the League One league match, a match against the Saitama Panasonic Wild Knights OB was held at Yamaha Stadium. I got it.

Participants in the match included Goromaru and Tatsuhiko Otao, who played for Yamaha Motor and the Japanese national team and are now in charge of the Blue Revs' operations after retiring.

Although there were a number of laughable plays such as spilled passes, both teams scored tries and rugby fans of yesteryear were having fun watching the match.

In particular, when Goromaru performed the "Goromaru pose" during his routine before taking a place kick, there was a particularly loud cheer.

Goromaru, who had missed all three of his kicks, finally scored on the last play, and the ball went straight to the no-side, receiving a lot of applause and cheers from the audience.

The Blue Revs OB came from behind to win the game, 15-14.

Goromaru, who planned the OB game, said, ``I missed three shots, but I'm glad I was able to make the decision in the end.I think I was able to experience the true joy of rugby by interacting with people from different generations, and I think it was a great experience for the fans. If people are happy with it, I would like to plan it again.''